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Thu May 29, 2014
Brittany Leighton answered:
I would love to help you! Here is some information about me.

Brittany Leighton, Real Estate Professional

Experienced Southern California Realtor

Holds 37 awards in top customer service and top customer satisfaction.

Top 1% customer service in the nation award

President/CEO of Children’s Smiles Non-Profit Organization - www.ChildrensSmiles.org

Brittany has a successful and extensive background in practicing Real Estate Law. Brittany has been actively assisting home buyers and sellers in Southern CA for over 10 years.

A commitment to service and extensive Real Estate education is what sets Brittany apart from many other professionals. Brittany’s goal is to provide every single person she meets with extraordinary customer service so that they will be excited to share their experiences by referring their friends, family, and colleagues. This philosophy is the reason why 94% of her business comes from referrals. Brittany has a solid understanding of Real Estate contracts, the home purchasing and home selling process, and efficient contract negotiation.

Brittany understands the importance of clear and direct communication. It is extremely important that as your transaction is occurring and when your transaction is complete, you feel comfortable calling her every day as you need her.

Brittany is an expert negotiator and pays close attention to detail and customer needs. Her clients are always kept well informed during each step of the home buying and selling experience.

Brittany believes that to succeed at your goal you must have the power of focus, the strength of integrity, and the understanding of the journey to achieve that goal.



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Thank you,

?Brittany Leighton

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Top 1% Customer Satisfaction in the NATION

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Thu May 15, 2014
Jaleesa Peluso answered:
Hi Susie,

Do you have a Dutch heritage? Verdonck is a common Dutch last name! (I'm from the Netherlands).

Anyway, did you ever find your rental? I'm an agent from Laguna Beach and the area between Laguna and Newport is what I specialize in. Please let me know if you need any help.

Have a wonderful day,

Jaleesa Peluso
Realtor at Berkshire Hathaway Laguna Beach
www.jaleesapeluso.com
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Wed Feb 20, 2013
Ron Thomas answered:
I doubt that you will find a 3000 sqft lot that doesn't have a Townhouse on it:
That sounds like a lot designed for a Townhouse, that would be part of a Development; the lot wouldn't be up for sale separately, because it is PART of the Development.
Most city lots would be 8-9,000 sqft minimum. (A 1/4 acre lot is about 10,000 sqft).

If you are serious about this; please contact a Realtor and do it right.
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Wed Jan 28, 2009
Christine Donovan answered:
I don't know if it can be avoided, but it seems people are more willing to buy as they see prices as more reasonable. In Costa Mesa, the number of sales in December 2008 were almost two and a half times more than in December 2007.

I have a thought on how the market can be helped which would have to be fleshed out by economists. What if the government were to subsidize some number of buyers at 1% interest on a 30 years fully amortized mortgage? Would those who are thinking decide now was the time to move before the number of subsidized loans were gone?
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Wed Jan 28, 2009
Jeremy Lehman answered:
My approach to real estate will not change despite the market. I cannot control what the market is doing, and I can help my clients take advantage of great bargains, and for homeowners that have to sell, use the proper strategies to get their home sold quickly and for the most amount of money possible.

Jeremy Lehman
Century 21 Beachside
Jeremy@LehmanHomes.net
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Tue Oct 21, 2008
Swelman answered:
There is too much Cali influence on the islands. Orange Coubty is the capital of superficail consumption and scewed values. Stayout of bid metros's Like NY. Chicago, ect. You'd fit in nicely in the Southeast maybe the Carolina's. I'm a californian who's lived there twice and I came back due to their inflexible rigt wing religious and racist attitutes. I'm white.. But if you're white, rich , and religious you'll love it there. ... more
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